British Postal Workers Reject Below-Inflation Contract Offer and Announce Upcoming Strike
The union representing postal workers in Britain has announced four days of strikes in the coming weeks — the first such labor action since 2009.
La Izquierda Diario ArgentinaAugust 11, 2022
If You Kill the USPS, You Kill Us
Recent attacks on the Postal Service have weakened the infrastructure needed to get medications to working class, rural, and disabled people, which has become even more critical during the pandemic.
K.S. MehtaAugust 22, 2020
Post Office Winding Down, Voter Suppression Gearing Up
Post Office cuts during the pandemic could lead to new levels of voter suppression, despite yesterday's announcement suspending further cuts. What does this mean for an electoral strategy?
Signý A.August 19, 2020
[VIDEO] The Taylor Law: 5 Things You Need to Know and What It Means for Labor
In New York State, the no-strike clause of the Taylor Law exists to make striking and work stoppages illegal for public sector workers. Teachers, nurses, postal workers, trash collectors and transit workers have been challenging these restrictions for the past 50 years.
Luigi MorrisJanuary 8, 2019
Brazilian Postal Workers on Strike
Brazilian postal service workers (also known as ‘Ecetistas’) approved an indefinite strike in at least 20 state and local unions, stopping postal service in major cities and states such as São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and Minas Gerais. We at Esquerda Diario must support this strike. Follow more stories at Esquerda Diário and actively support this cause.
Esquerda DiárioSeptember 24, 2015